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While we still have a long ways to go, I am encouraged by what’s happening in human resources. Over the past few years, we’ve found the courage to admit that… Get the Rest
Back in June, I wrote a post describing some of the initial pain points of re-entering the corporate world after years in a role as a consultant. Much
I've said it before and I'll say it again: Business fads predicated on eliminating managers are a bad idea. I know, I know -- Zappos has generated a lot of media attention
Why is it so easy to criticize the decisions of others but so difficult to make the tough calls ourselves? What is it that makes high-stakes decisions so
Says the Bard known as Dawn H. Burke: "I have yet to see a proactive strategy actually work within 6 weeks of implementing it. Why? Because at the end
Let's face it, most of you have high potentials at your company. Whether they work for you directly or are part of your extended team, they're there. Also,
Company leadership receives input from employees in a variety of formats: Engagement surveys, pulse-check forums, rumors heard in the hallway, supervisors reporting what their teams are saying, etc.
One cool thing about going to a bunch of HR and Talent conferences in the spring is you get to hear what everyone is doing around the world.
On April 13th, the Golden State Warriors made history with their 73rd win for the season. In just a bit over 5 years they've gone from trash to
April Fools' Day is a fun tradition of fooling others into believing something that isn’t true. It’s mostly harmless and in good fun. It’s less harmless when this